French far-right veteran Jean-Marie Le Pen has said his daughter Marine was doomed to lose in presidential elections next year, throwing the spotlight on their family feud at the National Front's May 1st celebrations.
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Jacobus Van Nierop's victims had multiple healthy teeth removed and drill bits left in their gums and teeth
Education minister admits 'grave malfunctions and errors' were made in the handling of the case by the French authorities
As he releases his 15th studio album, the French composer and music producer discusses his four-decade career
As speculation mounts that popular young economy minister could run for president next year, the unpopular incumbent Francois Hollande says 'it is a question of personal and political loyalty'
'You could carry a rocket launcher under your veil. It’s not funny,' says former president
French President Francois Hollande dismissed his claim, saying French wines were just 'more expensive'
The Jeannette de Caen factory was shut after 164 years in 2014 - but staff would not go without a fight
French Police are investigating reports that three girls, aged between 13 and 15, allegedly tortured a younger girl
Ms Chirac struggled for years with mental health issues, making 15 suicide attempts, but died after a heart attack
The group have been granted permission to return to the Place de la République, as Prime Minister Manuel Valls seeks to reduce tensions
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Police fired tear gas at a crowd of thousands in Paris
Law firm Mossack Fonseca says it is yet to be approached by any investigators